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Pope Francis clears Devasahayam Pillai for sainthood

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM Feb 24: Pope Francis has cleared Devasahayam Pillai, an Indian layman Roman Catholics consider to be a martyr, for sainthood. The miracle under the auspices of Devasahayam Pillai is that a child supposed to die in a mother’s womb in its seventh month of pregnancy came back to life.
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Loka Kerala Sabha food row: Don’t want Rs 80 lakh spent for food, says Raviz Group

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM Feb 20: As the controversy over the money spent for the conduct of Loka Kerala Sabha is raging, the accounts statement shows that Rs 83 lakh was spent for the food and accommodation for the delegates who attended the function.
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Thiruvananthapuram To Get 24-Hour Shopping Streets

Thiruvananthapuram Feb 20: Kerala government has formed a panel to establish safer shopping streets, with commercial establishments operating 24 hours, a release on Wednesday.
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Financial fraud in name of ‘Karuna music concert’, probe ordered on complaint of Sandeep Varier

KOCHI  Feb 19: A police probe has been ordered on the complaint of a financial fraud in organising a musical event in Kochi. The music programme titled ‘Karuna’ was conducted at the Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium in Kochi promising that the proceeds from the event will be given to the chief minister’s flood relief fund. Continue reading “Financial fraud in name of ‘Karuna music concert’, probe ordered on complaint of Sandeep Varier”

Lok Kerala Sabha spends 1 Crore: Opposition calls for investigation

Thiruvananthapuram Feb 19: A recent revelation in the Assembly that the government had offered ₹2,000 per plate lunches to delegates of the Lok Kerala Sabha (LKS) caused the Opposition to cry foul on Monday.
Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee president Mullappally Ramachandran said the extravagance with public funds was shocking. Continue reading “Lok Kerala Sabha spends 1 Crore: Opposition calls for investigation”

Waste dumping by Keralites poses problems to Tamil Nadu, Karnataka

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM Feb 19: In a major embarrassment to the state, Kerala State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) has received letters from its counterparts in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka demanding action against open dumping of waste. Continue reading “Waste dumping by Keralites poses problems to Tamil Nadu, Karnataka”

Kerala Won’t Implement CAA Or Build Detention Centres: Chief Minister

Kochi Feb 17: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that the state will neither implement the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in Kerala, nor will it permit the National Population Register (NPR) enumeration.
He also said that detention centres will not be built by the state.
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Kerala Student Who Tested Positive For Coronavirus Discharged

Thiruvananthapuram Feb 14: A student from Wuhan University, who tested positive for the novel coronavirus thereby becoming the country’s second such case, was on Thursday discharged from the isolation ward of the Alappuzha Medical college hospital in Kerala, health department sources said.
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Sabarmati Ashram Sanitised Ahead Of Donald Trump’s Ahmedabad Visit

Ahmedabad (Gujarat) Feb 13: A thorough security check was conducted at Sabarmati Ashram on Wednesday ahead of US President Donald Trump’s visit to Ahmedabad.
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Working time rescheduled due to hot summer in Kerala: Resting time to be from noon 12 to 3 pm   

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM Feb 12: As the morning temperature is rising, Labour Commissioner Pranab Jyothinath has issued an order rescheduling the working time of labourers working in the sun.